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Welcome to the July 2018 issue of "What’s up in Paris" magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
So, stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions in July 2018 thanks to "What’s up in Paris".

Experience:
What could be nicer than visiting Paris in the sunshine! The capital offers plenty of open-air activities during the summer. The perfect way to discover the many facets of this exciting city while topping up your tan during the day or enjoying the cool night air.
From July 6 until September 1, 13 major parks and gardens are open 24 hours a day and seven of them look forward to welcoming the public for free stargazing evenings from 9 PM to midnight. Telescopes will be made available to as many people as possible and organisers from the French Astronomy Association will be on hand to accompany those keen to lose themselves in the stars. So which parks are taking part in this initiative during this first month of summer? Montsouris (14th), the Jardin des Grands Explorateurs (6th), the Place des Vosges (4the), the Square Georges Meliès (12th) and Square Séverine (20th)!
On July 14, come along and celebrate the French national holiday as you admire the famous firework display behind the Eiffel tower. To keep everyone occupied until 11 PM comes around, before the firework display Paris City Hall will be hosting the Paris Concert on the Champ-de-Mars including the Orchestre National de France, the Radio France choir and the Maîtrise de Radio France choir school, with some of the greatest international lyrical artists. A delight for classical music lovers!
At the Palace of Versailles, another sound and light show can be admired on July 5, 6, 11 and 12 in the Orangerie Gardens. The theme? The story of Marie-Antoinette. Flames, fireworks, video features and illuminated characters or torchbearers will all be there to help you experience the splendour of this 21st-century version of the Court of Versailles.
Information and reservations: www.chateauversailles.fr
Finally, on July 22, head for the chateau of Vincennes’ esplanade to watch the 11th Traversée de Paris (Drive Across Paris). Vincennes en Anciennes, the event organiser, will be paying tribute to one of the French film industry’s legendary films from the 1950s in a cheerful, nostalgic atmosphere with more than 700 vintage vehicles including the 4CV, Dauphine Pie, DS 19 and Simca 1100. Please note: three vintage buses will be passing through Vincennes at Meudon. Reservation required. Limited number of places.
Information: www.vincennesenanciennes.com

See:
Who has never heard of Foujita? To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of this famous French painter of Japanese origin, the Musée Maillol is looking back at his life as a dandy in the roaring 20s, in an exhibition until July 15, 2018. More than 100 paintings and watercolours present Foujita’s art during the 1920s, his Parisian years. One more reason to celebrate the Year of Japan in France!
Information: www.museemaillol.com
Another place, another atmosphere…. At the Maison Chaumet, you can take the time to admire the new jewellery collection which is being exhibited to the public for just two days, on July 7 and 8, 2018, during the Les Mondes de Chaumet exhibition. The 60 or so items presented in the exhibition will be shown to best effect in an immersive décor created by Bureau Betak.
Free admission after registration on the website: www.chaumet.com
From June 12, the Musée d’Orsay gives pride of place to 19th-century polychrome sculpture with the exhibition “En couleurs”! Visitors will have an opportunity to discover this unusual branch of sculpture, in which artists like Henry Grosn, Jean Carriès or Paul Gauguin and Edgar Degas all dabbled at some time. A delight to see! Useful information: www.musee-orsay.fr

Hear:
Fancy some easy listening music? Jack Johnson will be in concert at the Olympia on July 10, 2018. The Hawaiian artist is back with a new album: "All The Light Above It Too". A friendly and relaxing musical interlude!
Reservations: www.olympiahall.com
If you’re a fan of Ed Sheeran, you’ll doubtless be pleased to know that the British artist will be performing at the Stade de France on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 July 2018, as part of his tour of major European stadiums. A great opportunity to rediscover the hits from his album Divide, which came out in 2017.
Ed Sheeran will then be followed by the famous duo of Jay-Z and Beyoncé, who will be in concert at the Stade de France on July 14 and 15… Two Parisian dates which are part of their new tour baptised the “On The Run Tour II”. The arrival of the two American artists comes just after the buzz generated by their new clip filmed in the Louvre museum for their song “Apeshit”. Spellbinding!
Info: www.stadedefrance.com

Do:
Fancy a French culinary treat? Head over to the Salon des Champagnes et des Pâtisseries at the Pavillon Ledoyen, on Sunday, July 8, 2018. The latest star pastry chefs like Yann Couvreur, Pierre Hermé, Yann Menguy or Nina Métayer and Guillaume Sanchez will be joined by 35 Champagne producers including Barons de Rotschild, De Sousa, Drappier, Dom Pérignon, Joseph Perrier, Gosset, Lanson, Moët & Chandon, Pol Roger or Taittinger to talk about their art while giving you an opportunity to taste it. On the menu: pastries and a glass of champagne. Our mouths are already watering!
Reservations: www.salonchampagnepatisserieparis.com
And to burn off the excess calories, why not try a spot of paddling and bathing at the Bassin de la Villette? Located near the Quai de la Loire, these natural swimming pools provide an opportunity to freshen up while exercising. On your marks, get set, dive!

Thanks for following us. We’ll be back next month!

Contenu de la vidéo : Welcome to the July 2018 issue of "What’s up in Paris" magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
So, stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions in July 2018 thanks to "What’s up in Paris".

Experience:
What could be nicer than visiting Paris in the sunshine! The capital offers plenty of open-air activities during the summer. The perfect way to discover the many facets of this exciting city while topping up your tan during the day or enjoying the cool night air.
From July 6 until September 1, 13 major parks and gardens are open 24 hours a day and seven of them look forward to welcoming the public for free stargazing evenings from 9 PM to midnight. Telescopes will be made available to as many people as possible and organisers from the French Astronomy Association will be on hand to accompany those keen to lose themselves in the stars. So which parks are taking part in this initiative during this first month of summer? Montsouris (14th), the Jardin des Grands Explorateurs (6th), the Place des Vosges (4the), the Square Georges Meliès (12th) and Square Séverine (20th)!
On July 14, come along and celebrate the French national holiday as you admire the famous firework display behind the Eiffel tower. To keep everyone occupied until 11 PM comes around, before the firework display Paris City Hall will be hosting the Paris Concert on the Champ-de-Mars including the Orchestre National de France, the Radio France choir and the Maîtrise de Radio France choir school, with some of the greatest international lyrical artists. A delight for classical music lovers!
At the Palace of Versailles, another sound and light show can be admired on July 5, 6, 11 and 12 in the Orangerie Gardens. The theme? The story of Marie-Antoinette. Flames, fireworks, video features and illuminated characters or torchbearers will all be there to help you experience the splendour of this 21st-century version of the Court of Versailles.
Information and reservations: www.chateauversailles.fr
Finally, on July 22, head for the chateau of Vincennes’ esplanade to watch the 11th Traversée de Paris (Drive Across Paris). Vincennes en Anciennes, the event organiser, will be paying tribute to one of the French film industry’s legendary films from the 1950s in a cheerful, nostalgic atmosphere with more than 700 vintage vehicles including the 4CV, Dauphine Pie, DS 19 and Simca 1100. Please note: three vintage buses will be passing through Vincennes at Meudon.
Reservation required. Limited number of places.
Information: www.vincennesenanciennes.com

See:
Who has never heard of Foujita? To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of this famous French painter of Japanese origin, the Musée Maillol is looking back at his life as a dandy in the roaring 20s, in an exhibition until July 15, 2018. More than 100 paintings and watercolours present Foujita’s art during the 1920s, his Parisian years. One more reason to celebrate the Year of Japan in France!
Information: www.museemaillol.com
Another place, another atmosphere…. At the Maison Chaumet, you can take the time to admire the new jewellery collection which is being exhibited to the public for just two days, on July 7 and 8, 2018, during the Les Mondes de Chaumet exhibition. The 60 or so items presented in the exhibition will be shown to best effect in an immersive décor created by Bureau Betak.
Free admission after registration on the website: www.chaumet.com
From June 12, the Musée d’Orsay gives pride of place to 19th-century polychrome sculpture with the exhibition “En couleurs”! Visitors will have an opportunity to discover this unusual branch of sculpture, in which artists like Henry Grosn, Jean Carriès or Paul Gauguin and Edgar Degas all dabbled at some time. A delight to see!
Useful information: www.musee-orsay.fr
Hear:
Fancy some easy listening music? Jack Johnson will be in concert at the Olympia on July 10, 2018. The Hawaiian artist is back with a new album: "All The Light Above It Too". A friendly and relaxing musical interlude!
Reservations: www.olympiahall.com
If you’re a fan of Ed Sheeran, you’ll doubtless be pleased to know that the British artist will be performing at the Stade de France on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 July 2018, as part of his tour of major European stadiums. A great opportunity to rediscover the hits from his album Divide, which came out in 2017.
Ed Sheeran will then be followed by the famous duo of Jay-Z and Beyoncé, who will be in concert at the Stade de France on July 14 and 15… Two Parisian dates which are part of their new tour baptised the “On The Run Tour II”. The arrival of the two American artists comes just after the buzz generated by their new clip filmed in the Louvre museum for their song “Apeshit”. Spellbinding!
Info: www.stadedefrance.com
Do:
Fancy a French culinary treat? Head over to the Salon des Champagnes et des Pâtisseries at the Pavillon Ledoyen, on Sunday, July 8, 2018. The latest star pastry chefs like Yann Couvreur, Pierre Hermé, Yann Menguy or Nina Métayer and Guillaume Sanchez will be joined by 35 Champagne producers including Barons de Rotschild, De Sousa, Drappier, Dom Pérignon, Joseph Perrier, Gosset, Lanson, Moët & Chandon, Pol Roger or Taittinger to talk about their art while giving you an opportunity to taste it. On the menu: pastries and a glass of champagne. Our mouths are already watering!
Reservations: www.salonchampagnepatisserieparis.com
And to burn off the excess calories, why not try a spot of paddling and bathing at the Bassin de la Villette? Located near the Quai de la Loire, these natural swimming pools provide an opportunity to freshen up while exercising. On your marks, get set, dive!
Thanks for following us. We’ll be back next month!

Mots clés liés : Parks and gardens in Paris, France, Hexagone, tourism, summer, July 14th, National Day, Palace of Versailles, Marie-Antoinette, Eiffel Tower, Fireworks, Crossing Paris, Castle of Vincennes, Jack Johnson, Beyonce, Jay -Z, Louvre Museum

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